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Gov. Mead To Seek Employee Pay Raises

yoming Gov. Matt Mead says he intends to push for pay raises for state employees in the legislative session early next year.

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UW Has a New President

Dr. Robert Sternberg has officially taken the office as the University of Wyoming's 24th president.

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Wyo. House Speaker Pushes Probe Into Hills Management of Ed. Dept.

Wyoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau is recommending that the chamber form a special committee to investigate how the state Education Department operated under Superintendent Cindy Hill.

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Lawyers Spar Over Wyoming School Chief Debate

The debate over a new law changing the duties of Wyoming's superintendent of public instruction has spurred some legal wrangling between lawyers.

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Gov. Mead Signs Lottery Bill Into Law

Gov. Matt Mead on Wednesday signed into law a bill allowing the state to create a lottery or join a multi-state lottery, such as Powerball.

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Laramie Lawmaker Defends Secret UW Search

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Some lawmakers say a new law allowing the University of Wyoming and community colleges to hire presidents in secret is worth looking at again next year to provide more openness

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Legislative Leaders Address Session [AUDIO]

Several Wyoming legislative leaders decried what they said were rude and threatening tactics by supporters of certain bills in the legislative session that wrapped up this week.

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Wyoming Lawmakers To Discuss Legislative Session

Lawmakers will meet with reporters Thursday to review actions taken during the legislative session that came to a close on Wednesday.

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Wyoming Legislative News

LOTTERY: Both houses of the Legislature voted to concur on a compromise over a bill that would authorize creation of a state lottery. The bill now heads to Gov. Matt Mead. The House and the Senate voted to approve a conference committee resolution that called for the first $6 million in proceeds to go to local governments and any proceeds after that to go to a fund that supports public schools.

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Wyoming Lottery Decision In Governor Mead’s Hands

The Wyoming Legislature has approved a measure that would allow a lottery in the state, pending the action of Governor Matt Mead

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